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Explanation of/for Requested Fields

The general layout of your signature on the petition will follow this pattern, with empty optional fields/lines omitted:

Your Name 
Your Title 
Your Company 
[Your MVP Status]
Name
Required. Your name, as it will appear on the petition. Please show some degree of restraint, and avoid online handles. 
Email
Required. This field is used to verify, to a given degree, that you are who you're saying you are. After submitting the form above, you will be sent an email and asked to click a link within it to verify that you were indeed the person who entered the information above. Your email address will never be shared or posted publicly. Please be sure you've whitelisted mail from *@classicvb.org in your spam traps, if necessary, otherwise your name will not appear on the petition.
Company
Optional. 
Title
Optional.
Website
Optional. This link is used with your name. May be either mailto: or http:.
Password
Required. You have the option of returning to the petition at some later date, and updating your particulars. To do so, you will need to remember and use your sign-up email and this password. Please don't use the same thing you use for bank accounts or domain access, just make up something (or use your favorite "low security" password) to use for this purpose.
MVP Status
Optional. If you are or were a Microsoft MVP, use this field to indicate the product for which you received the award, and the duration for which you were awarded. For consistency of display, we ask that you follow a somewhat structured pattern as illustrated by these examples:
  • Visual Basic MVP: 1994-present
  • Word MVP: 1998-2003
  • [Product] MVP: year1-[yearX|present]
  • ... and so on ...